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Pachyderm_Wave

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Top 111 players left on my board for Day 3:








1. Cameron Sample / EDGE / Tulane

2. Jabril Cox / LB / LSU

3. Trey Smith / OG / Tennessee

4. Elerson Smith / EDGE / N. Iowa

5. Adetokunbo Ogundeji / EDGE / Notre Dame

6. Derrick Barnes / LB / Purdue

7. Keith Taylor / CB / Washington

8. Michael Carter / RB / N. Carolina

9. Tylan Wallace / WR / Oklahoma St.

10. Shi Smith / WR / S. Carolina

11. Chuba Hubbard / RB / Oklahoma St.

12. Simi Fehoko / WR / Stanford

13. Trevon Grimes / WR / Florida

14. Dez Fitzpatrick / WR / Louisville

15. Kenneth Gainwell / RB / Memphis

16. Daelin Hayes / EDGE / Notre Dame

17. Daviyon Nixon / DT / Iowa

18. Bobby Brown / DT / Texas A&M

19. James Wiggins / S / Cincinnati

20. Kary Vincent / CB / LSU

21. D.J. Daniel / CB / Georgia

22. Adrian Ealy / OT / Oklahoma

23. Amon-Ra St Brown / WR / USC

24. Kylin Hill / RB / Mississippi St.

25. Demetric Felton / WR / UCLA

26. Tre Brown / CB / Oklahoma

27. Erroll Thompson / LB / Mississippi St.

28. Quincy Roche / EDGE / Miami

29. Jamar Johnson / S / Indiana

30. Talanoa Hufanga / S / USC

31. Richard LeCounte / S / Georgia

32. Brevin Jordan / TE / Miami

33. Kenny Yeboah / TE / Ole Miss

34. Elijah Mitchell / RB / UL-Lafayette

35. Joshua Kaindoh / EDGE / Florida St.

36. K.J. Britt / LB / Auburn

37. Janarius Robinson / EDGE / Florida St.

38. Frank Darby / WR / Arizona St.

39. Cornell Powell / WR / Clemson

40. Austin Watkins / WR / UAB

41. Ihmir Smith-Marsette / WR / Iowa

42. Seth Williams / WR / Auburn

43. Dan Moore / OT / Texas A&M

44. Sage Surratt / WR / Wake Forest

45. Tamorrian Terry / WR / Florida St.

46. Dazz Newsome / WR / N. Carolina

47. Marquez Stevenson / WR / Houston

48. Dillon Stoner / WR / Oklahoma St.

49. Jaelon Darden / WR / N. Texas

50. Tony Poljan / TE / Virginia

51. Damar Hamlin / S / Pittsburgh

52. Brady Breeze / S / Oregon

53. Victor Dumikeje / EDGE / Duke

54. Chris Rumph / EDGE / Duke

55. Tyler Shelvin / DT / LSU

56. Tommy Togiai / DT / Ohio St.

57. Hamsah Nasirildeen / S / Florida St.

58. Marlon Tuipolotu / DT / USC

59. Jay Tufele / DT / USC

60. Cameron McGrone / LB / Michigan

61. Garret Wallow / LB / TCU

62. Zane Zandier / LB / Virginia

63. Blake Gallagher / LB / Northwestern

64. Buddy Johnson / LB / Texas A&M

65. Larry Rountree / RB / Missouri

66. Javian Hawkins / RB / Louisville

67. Jermar Jefferson / RB / Oregon St.

68. Spencer Brown / RB / UAB

69. Khalil Herbert / RB / Virginia Tech

70. Trey Ragas / RB / UL-Lafayette

71. Shaun Wade / CB / Ohio St.

72. Robert Rochell / CB / C. Arkansas

73. Brandin Echols / CB / Kentucky

74. Jacoby Stevens / S / LSU

75. Jordyn Peters / S / Auburn

76. Gerrid Doaks / RB / Cincinnati

77. Nick Pickett / S / Oregon

78. Chris Evans / RB / Michigan

79. Joshua Bledsoe / S / Missouri

80. Michal Menet / C / Penn St.

81. David Moore / C / Grambling

82. Drew Dalman / C / Stanford

83. Josh Ball / OT / Marshall

84. Ta’Quon Graham / DT / Texas

85. Tedarrell Slaton / DT / Florida

86. Darius Stills / DT / W. Virginia

87. David Curry / LB / Georgia Tech

88. Nick Niemann / LB / Iowa

89. Marvin Wilson / DT / Florida St.

90. Dorian Etheridge / LB / Louisville

91. Tariq Thompson / S / San Diego St.

92. Caden Sterns / S / Texas

93. Shawn Davis / S / Florida

94. Christian Uphoff / S / Illinois St.

95. Rhamondre Stevenson / RB / Oklahoma

96. Landon Young / OT / Kentucky

97. Cole Van Lanen / OT / Wisconsin

98. Brenden Knox / RB / Marshall

99. Stevie Scott / RB / Indiana

100. Matt Bushman / TE / BYU

101. Carl Tucker / TE / Alabama

102. Jack Stoll / TE / Nebraska

103. Shakur Brown / CB / Michigan St.

104. Brady White / QB / Memphis

105. Isaiah McKoy / WR / Kent St.

106. T.J. Vasher / WR / Texas Tech

107. Jerome Johnson / DT / Indiana

108. Jordan Scott / DT / Oregon

109. Darren Hall / CB / San Diego St.

110. Rodjay Burns / S / Louisville

111. Bryce Thompson / CB / Tennessee
 

Travis34

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Sucks so many of those with potential and could help us out will be drafted way sooner than the 5th... would be great Tj have a couple 4th rounders today
 

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this will be the draft that destroys Greir's career. Waddle will be hurt, and chase and pitts will be superstars.
 

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I’d be thrilled if we could get
Ihmir Smith-Marsette / WR / Iowa
Cameron Mcgrone or Rhamondre Stevenson
 

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Trey Hill? Is there an injury issue?

I did see medical concerns, had surgery on both knees if i remember correctly.

But he's also one of the worst movement centers out there.....5th slowest 10 split, 3rd slowest 3-cone, 2nd slowest shuttle. Not much of an athletic profile on top of the medical.
 

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Overall Slimm, based on your rankings for all the positions and players we drafted, Ive got to think you are thinking maybe, they did a good job this year in the draft?
 

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Overall Slimm, based on your rankings for all the positions and players we drafted, Ive got to think you are thinking maybe, they did a good job this year in the draft?

I think the key for Miami was they were able to avoid reaching for players. Nearly all of the players Miami selected were taken where I had them graded. Which is why Miami’s draft has so many positive comments from the pundits.

More importantly, they were able to address specific needs on both sides of the ball with the top players on the board. Miami got the most explosive and best playmakers in the draft on both sides of the ball, and at positions that desperately needed it.

Again, I can’t point to a single pick that was just a bad pick - which is unusual.

About 14 teams had very good drafts. I think Miami probably came out of the draft as the most improved team. They added so much athleticism, speed, playmaking ability - and did it by selecting great people.

I think it deserves mention that during the dozing hours yesterday they were also able to add early Day 3 picks next year by trading down when they knew all the top talent was gone.


All in all one of the better and most on-point drafts some of you dolphin fans have seen in a long time in my opinion.

If you want to hear me criticize Miami’s front office it’ll have to wait til next year.
 

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I think the key for Miami was they were able to avoid reaching for players. Nearly all of the players Miami selected were taken where I had them graded. Which is why Miami’s draft has so many positive comments from the pundits.

More importantly, they were able to address specific needs on both sides of the ball with the top players on the board. Miami got the most explosive and best playmakers in the draft on both sides of the ball, and at positions that desperately needed it.

Again, I can’t point to a single pick that was just a bad pick - which is unusual.

About 14 teams had very good drafts. I think Miami probably came out of the draft as the most improved team. They added so much athleticism, speed, playmaking ability - and did it by selecting great people.

I think it deserves mention that during the dozing hours yesterday they were also able to add early Day 3 picks next year by trading down when they knew all the top talent was gone.


All in all one of the better and most on-point drafts some of you dolphin fans have seen in a long time in my opinion.

If you want to hear me criticize Miami’s front office it’ll have to wait til next year.
Very encouraging, thanks for the analysis.
 
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